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Submission + - Google Offers Cash for Updates to Linux and Other FOSS (arstechnica.com)

jrepin writes: Google is offering rewards as high as $3,133.70 for software updates that improve the security of OpenSSL, OpenSSH, BIND, and several other open-source packages that are critical to the stability of the Internet. The program announced Wednesday expands on Google's current bug-bounty program, which pays from $500 to $3,133.70 to people who privately report bugs found in the company's software and Web properties.
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Google Offers Cash for Updates to Linux and Other FOSS

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